That looks awesome! I'd rather wait and experience something really good than constantly run into issues! You guyz have our support! Keep up the good work!guillaume_pille":1270m9hq said:
xuan8839":swuh75k0 said:Lol. It's not exactly one year ago, but It is 75% of a year gone at least. Only due to lack of competitors in the same field two notes can be so lazy and do things like hire new staff in the last minute. Or else in a more competitive market you keep your customer waiting for 9 months(I first got the word since febuary) you know exactly the answer whether would they abandon you or not. At least I do. I gave up long ago. I tried almost all the online impulse responses including paid ones and am ok with most of them. The new 2 mics betas? I'm not that much interested anymore. At least not to be the first few lucky ones being the test subjects.(look at all the shiit windows 10 updates did to people) I have a unit with stable old working version firmware to use. That's all. Beyond that, I lost faith that I can expect anything more from this company. Seriously, it was rumored that it will surface after some music shows early in the year, than teased end of september and now keeps dragging on. At least now I can make a choice to not to feel the same again when it happens again at end of October.
If my unit ever breaks down, I'm just gonna settle with other reactive load product. There are many way cheaper stuff from other brands that do reactive load and IR loader. I lost all the faith and goodwill to differentiate the price anymore.
dcruz0910":2okcjq4f said:Personally, I will wait as long as it takes. They’re working on something that takes time to develop and things happen along that way, which may be out of their control, causing a few delays. Not everything happens when you want it to happen. If people are that impatient, they can go to WOS, create a multiple cab/mic combo they like, then go to BlendIR, combine that same custom cab/mic setup, save and load into their device. I know it’s not as simple as the new update is going to make it, but you can at least do that if you absolutely can’t wait. Two Notes are at the forefront of this technology and always deliver the goods. I’m sure it’ll be worth the wait!
xuan8839":85n69rhr said:Lol. Press on people, your beloved firmware update is finally going to be in beta after one damn year! It's so close I can smell its scent in the year so hold tight and keep on waiting! you'll get wonderful rewards evenutally! They're providing feature free of charge after you even bought the gear so what is so bad about waiting a few years or even lifetime? You might just get them very soon like in year 20018, don't worry or feel bad, keep cool and wait on!
LMAO. I can only have so much on people trying to defend the company before I burst to hysterical laughter. Thing is simple, someone made it open that we can expect a new firmware, never asked at all to tune down that mad G.A.S/expectation and keep failing to fulfill their word. Yet people argue with me like I was the one at fault to expect anything to happen on time in the first place. Judging from things, maybe I really was wrong to expect anything to happen soon. But looking at the calendar I definitely find my decision to expect nothing more and give up on waiting was wise. Chimed in to check righter after october ended just to find that it is the same sets of stories looping here, just like I expected in my post. Think I have to stop, I'm not gonna keep my attention on this any further. Life is just too short.
Jokes aside, on the release day of mesa cabs, I went in so early to grab those, they were making me buying 99998 copies of the same cab on their web store. LMAO, why in the first place do you need to have a stock count on an virtual cabinet sim? Like it's gonna run out of stock ever? or people can actually purchase 10 of them and put 5 of those onto your hardware for any cab sounding different? I kinda actually see the reason why you absolutely needed to hire some programming dudes half way during the firmware developing few months down the road.